Climate change is the single greatest health concern confronting humanity, and health experts all across the world are already reacting to the consequences of this emerging calamity. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has decided that the world must restrict temperature rise to 1.5°C to avoid catastrophic health effects and millions of climate change-related fatalities. Past emissions have already made a certain level of global warming and other climate impacts unavoidable. Even 1.5°C of global warming is not regarded as safe; every tenth of a degree of warming will have a significant impact on people's lives and health. While no one is immune to these dangers, those whose health is most affected by the climate catastrophe are those who contribute the least to its causes and are least able to protect themselves and their families - individuals in low-income and disadvantaged countries and communities. Climate change is already having an impact on health in a variety of ways, including increased death and illness from increasingly common extreme weather events like heatwaves, storms, and floods, food system disruptions, increases in zoonoses and food-, water-, and vector-borne diseases, and mental health issues. Furthermore, many of the social determinants of human health, such as livelihoods, equality, and access to health care, as well as social support structures, are being harmed by climate change.
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Alexia Ross, CLASP, United States
Title : Computer simulation of the offshore CO2 geological sequestration in smeaheia, Norway
Marte Gutierrez, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Colorado School of Mines, United States
Title : Financing climate change adaptation and its devolution through national budget in Tanzania.
Peter Msumali Rogers, University of Dar es Salaam, United States
Title : Forecasts of global renewable energy generation and analysis of key factors affecting the growth of renewable energy markets.
Abhishek Asthana, Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom
Title : Analysis of carbon markets and offset alternatives in the compliance and voluntary schemes to commercialise colombian neutral coal.
Clara Ines Pardo Martinez, Universidad del Rosario, Colombia
Title : Achieving a carbon free built environment with circular economy
Azzeddine Oudjehane, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Canada
Title : The influence of household characteristics on the purchase of clean cars: The case of Spain
Mercedes Burguillo Cuesta, Universidad de Alcala, Spain
Title : Aligning officially supported export finance with the paris agreement
Igor Shishlov, Perspectives Climate Group, Spain